Aden v. Younger, 129 Cal. Rptr. 535 (Cal. Ct. App., 1976).
Aiken v. Clary, 396 S.W. 2d 668 (Mo., 1965).
1978. Electroconvulsive therapy, Task Force Report 14. Washington, DC: APA.
2001. The practice of electroconvulsive therapy: Recommendations for treatment, training and privileging, 2nd edn. Washington, DC: APA.
1980. The fifth floor [Motion picture]. United States: Hickmar Productions.
Barclay v. Campbell, 704 S.W. 2d 8 (Tex. Sup. Ct., 1986).
1971. The mentally disabled and the law. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
1979. The uses of psychiatry in the law: Clinical view of forensic psychiatry. Westport, CT: Quorum Books.
California Assembly Bill No. 1032, 1976.
California Welfare and Institutions Code, Section 5326, West Supp., 1971.
1975. Attack on electroshock. Newsweek (Mr 17) 85: 86.
1982. Frances [Motion picture]. United States. Universal.
Comeback for shock therapy? 1979. Time (N19) 114: 76.
. Community treatment orders: International comparisons, May 2005. Cited in “ECT is Banned in Swiss Canton.” Available at www.ect.org/category/legislation
. Accessed September 17, 2008.
2006. Shock: The healing power of electroconvulsive therapy. New York: Penguin Group.
1995. News and notes: Anti-ECT legislation in Texas. Convuls Ther 11(2): 148.
Electric shock findings. 1949. Newsweek (Ja 17) 33: 43.
1987. Barclay v. Campbell: Informed consent for antipsychotic medication comes to Texas. Newsl Am Acad Psychiatry Law 12(1): 7–9.
1989. Legislative update. Newsl Am Acad Psychiatry Law 14(2): 51–3.
1993. Legislative update. Newsl Am Acad Psychiatry Law 18(3): 69–71.
1978. Efficacy and safety of induced seizures (EST) in man. Compr Psychiatry 19: 1–9.
1975. One flew over the cuckoo's nest [Motion picture]. United States: Fantasy Films.
1973. ECT in Massachusetts: A task force report. Mass Journal Ment Health 3: 3–29.
1985. Electroconvulsive therapy: No ban in Berkeley. J Clin Psychopharmacol 5: 52–3.
1975. Electroshock therapy: Let's stop shocking the brain. Psychology Today 9(3): 18, 20–21, 23, 25–26.
1976. Shock treatment is not good for your brain. San Francisco: Glide Publications.
1977. Shock treatment, brain damage, and memory loss: A neurological perspective. Am J Psychiatry 134(9): 1010–14.
1963. Shock corridor [Motion picture]. United States: Leon Fromkess-Sam Firks Productions.
1964. Shock treatment [Motion picture]. United States: Arcola Pictures.
(Writer, director, and producer).
1999. Psychiatry and the cinema, 2nd edn. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.
1975. The regulation of ECT in Massachusetts: A follow-up. Mass Journal Ment Health 5: 12–25.
, , , et al.
1980. Electroshock: The unkindest therapy of all. Atlantic Monthly 245: 53–6, 58–9.
2006. Electroconvulsive therapy: Administrative codes, legislation and professional recommendations. J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 34(3): 406–11.
2001. A beautiful mind [Motion picture]. United States: Universal Pictures.
1950. Dianetics: The modern science of mental health. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.: L. Ron Hubbard Library, 1950, 2000, 2002.
1983. Scientology: The fundamentals of thought. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.: L. Ron Hubbard Library, 1983, 1988, 1991.
1997. Scientology: A new slant on life. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.
1985. Efficacy of ECT. A meta-analysis. Am J Psychiatry 132: 297–302.
, , and
1992. Public perceptions of electroconvulsive therapy: A historical review. The Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry 10: 2–11.
1996. Psychiatric malpractice: Stories of patients, psychiatrists and the law. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pp. 117–133, p. 129. (For sources for Chapter 9, The Osheroff's Case, Kelley relied on depositions taken in the case, Osheroff v. Chestnut Lodge Hospital, Inc., Claim No. 82-262, Health Claims Arbitration Office, State of Maryland.)
1962. One flew over the cuckoo's nest. New York: Viking Press.
Lester v. Aetna Casualty Company, 240 F. 2d 676, Cir., 5th Dist. (La., 1957).
1991. Informed consent in the electroconvulsive treatment of geriatric patients. Bull Am Acad Psychiatry Law 19: 395–403.
, , , and
1988. Letter to the Editor. “Cuff” monitoring, osteoporosis and fracture. Convuls Ther 4(3): 248–9.
Massachusetts Mental Health Regulation 181, effective May 1, 1973.
Meeting on minds. 1949. Newsweek (Je 6): 47–9.
1984. Electroconvulsive therapy in Massachusetts. Am J Psychiatry 141(4): 534–8.
, , , and
Missouri Revised Statute, Section 630.130.
Mitchell v. Robinson, 334 S.W. 2d 11 (Mo., 1960).
2005. Electroshock: The case against. Morgan Foundation Publisher: International Published Innovation.
1971. The bell jar. New York: Harper & Row.
Quinley v. Cooke, 192 S.W. 2d 992 (Tenn., 1946).
1998. ECT in Texas: 19 months of mandatory reporting. J Clin Psychiatry 59(1): 8–13.
, , , and
1974. Annals of medicine: Empty as Eve. New Yorker (89)50: 84.
1997. Electroconvulsive therapy. In Psychiatry (eds. , , and ). Vol. 2. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, pp. 1535–1556, 1536.
, , and
1991. Stimulus intensity, seizure threshold and seizure duration: Impact on the efficacy and safety of electroconvulsive therapy. Psychiatr Clin North Am 14: 803–43.
, , and
2000a. The state of electroconvulsive therapy in Texas, Part 1. Reported data on 41,660 ECT treatments in 5971 patients. J Forensic Sci 45(6): 1197–202.
, , and
2000b. The state of electroconvulsive therapy in Texas, Part 2: Contact with physicians, hospitals, medical liability insurance companies, and manufactures of stimulus generating equipment. J Forensic Sci 45(6): 1203–6.
1979. Shocking the depressed back to life. New York Times Magazine (June 17): 32–4, 38, 42.
2003. Informed consent and competency. In Principles and practice of forensic psychiatry, 2nd edn. (ed. ). London: Arnold, pp. 97–106.
1984. Electroconvulsive therapy: The evolution of legal regulation. Am J Soc Psychiatry 4: 11–15.
, , , et al.
2001. An analysis of reported deaths following electroconvulsive therapy in Texas, 1993–1998. Psychiatr Serv 52(8): 1095–7.
, , and
1990. Somatic therapies and the law. In Review of clinical psychiatry and the law (ed. ). Vol. 1. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, pp. 3–79.
1992. Psychiatric malpractice: Cases and comments for clinicians. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.
. First in world: Shock free zone announced: Republic of Slovenia. http://www.banshock.org
. Accessed December 15, 2007, and September 17, 2008.
1976. Mental health and law: A system in transition. New York: Aronson.
Summary and analysis. 1982. Mental Disability Law Reporter 6: 366.
Texas House of Representatives Bill 2435.
Texas Revised Civil Statutes Annotated, Article 4590; 6.07 (b) (Vernon Supp., 1986).
1987. The use of ECT in the United States in 1975 and 1980. Am J Psychiatry 144(5): 557–62.
Vernon Texas Civil Statutes. Title 7. Mental Health and Mental Retardation. Chapter 578. Electroconvulsive and other therapies.
Vernon Texas Civil Statutes. Title 7. Mental Health and Mental Retardation. Chapter 578. Electroconvulsive and other therapies. Section 578.002(a).
Vernon Texas Civil Statutes. Title 7. Mental Health and Mental Retardation. Chapter 578. Electroconvulsive and other therapies. Section 578.003.
Vernon Texas Civil Statutes. Title 7. Mental Health and Mental Retardation. Chapter 578. Electroconvulsive and other therapies. Section 578.007(a) and (b).
1982. Death wish II [Motion picture]. United States: Cannon Films.
1984. Medical, judicial and statutory regulation of ECT in the United States. Am J Psychiatry 141: 1349–5.
, , , and
Wyatt v. Hardin. U.S. Dist. (M.D. Ala., 1975).